Author: Margaret Wall

Kalakand

So excited for Christmas when I can finally have a few days off! Christmas gifts have become quite the tradition in our home and most friends almost always expect something every year. I make a mix of edible gifts including homemade chutney’s, spices and something sweet and savoury. Each wrapped up in boxes/ jars with […]

Sindhi Aloo Tuk

I must admit I am a little embarrassed to even share this recipe given how easy it is! I yearn for an home cooked meal when it comes to mid week dinners. So my top picks for quicker recipes definitely include thoran and chickpea curry. Rarely ever do I tire of a simple bowl of Dal and […]

Hyderabadi Murgh ka Salan

Classic flavours of Chettinad Chicken hailing from the community of Tamil Nadu includes a number of whole spices. Roasted until they release their flavour and ground to a fine powder which lend a wonderful flavour to the curry. Cooked at special occasions; this chicken recipe traditionally is cooked with kalpasi (stone flower) which I have […]

Tandoori Fish Tikka

One of the most common dishes at seafood restaurants across Mumbai will always include Tandoori Pomfret. Pomfret was the preferred choice fish when I grew in the city. A flat fish, delicate and flaky which takes to the marinade and charred smokey tandoor flavours  really well. Buying pomfret was always a luxury (for us at least!) […]

Matar ki Kachori

Looking back at my time in college, the few years I spent with friends was fondly filled with delicious food memories. From the best south Indian coffee stalls for our early morning brew, to the most delicious vada pav with spicy chutney with fried chillies and finger licking buttery pav bhaji. No wonder street food […]

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